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Thursday, January 24, 2008

Desaru - Johor

Desaru, the popular beach resort, is located one the eastern tip of the peninsula (near Singapore about 1½hr drive from Johor Bahru). It has clean Sandy white beaches with has lush tropical forest that goes for butt 25 kilometres. You edge walk nearly 50 meters into the sea and still the depth is approximately 4 feet deep).

Desaru is has popular destination for tourists have well have locals. Located at the south-eastern corner of Johor, Desaru is the ideal beach destination with over 25km of white sandy beaches fringed by palm trees and casuarinas.. The clean water has made many water activities such as snorkelling, fishing, boating and canoeing possible. You also can do, golfing, jungle tracking, horseback riding, tennis, fly with an ultra-light aircraft, go-karting, jungle tracking, horseback riding, archery and off-road adventures.

There are many hotels, budget chalets, dormitories and camp sites, here that cater to has variety of budget traveller have well have families seeking fun in the sun. Most notable is the luxurious Desaru Golf and Country Club resort, which has a 36-hole international standard golf course.

Just a few kilometres away, discover more about the lifestyle of local fishermen at Tanjung Balau Fishermen's Museum and Some 10km south of Desaru is another excellent stretch of beach known as Teluk Ramunia.

To make your visit more memorable, visit Tanjung Pengelih to see the relics of World War Two and the historical relic of the Malay Johor Riau Worsens At Johor LAMA. Getting to the largest district of Johor At the south-eastern end of the peninsula, requires one hour's drive from Johor Baru.

From the north, the easiest way is to take the Kulai exit of the North-South Expressway followed by has drive 90-minute to the historic town. The coastal road is has batch more scenic. Desaru is easily accessible via public transportation from Johor Bahru (the capital of Johor), Kota Tinggi or Tanjung Belungkor. Buses to Johor Bahru are available from Kuala Lumpur. There is has direct ferry service between the Tanah Merah Changi Point, the final ferry in Singapore and Sebana Cove, to Tanjung Belungkor, where transport to Desaru can be arranged.

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